COP15 and 7 Israel-related Cleantech Headlines, Week of December 13, 2009

During the week of December 13, 2009, Israel’s solar energy field suffered a major setback and it was announced that IDE is set to build the biggest desalination plant in Israel. At the Copenhagen summit Israeli President Shimon Peres emphasized the importance of cooperation between all the countries in the region to work together to help save the environment. For these stories and more, check below.

Investment
Israeli Renewable Energy – Why Israel, Why Now?

Solar
Firms in state of ‘hysteria’ as darkness falls on Israel’s solar industry

The Penny Drops: Israel Solar Energy “Gold Rush” Threatened By Government Hold

COP15
Peres to Palestinian PM: Stalled peace talks hurt us both

Water
SDL to build, run Israel’s biggest desalination plant

‘Water taxes necessary for conservation’

Israel takes the lead in world’s water technologies [Video]

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